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THE DAILY NEBRASKAN
Thur., Frl., 8at. April 30-31, May 1
"THE QUEEN OF DACE,"
EVA TAYLOR AND COIIPANY
MADGE P. MAITLAMD
ARMSTRONG AND F3RD
WELCOME & WELCOME
LE ROY AND MORA Gymnasts
Mat. Dally at 2:30. Prices 15&25
Night 8:15. Prices 15, 25, 55, 50, 76c
Thurs., Frl., Sat., April 30-31, May 1
" THE FOUR HARMONISTS
Vocalists and Instrumentalists
ALDRO & MITCHELL
SETTING THE STYLE
MAT. All 8eats 10c NIGHT 15c
University Jeweler a&tl
C. A. TUCKER
S. S. SHEAN
11M O St. Yellow Frost
Ymr Patronage Solioited
Try Our Luncheonettes
Thoy are always the best
Wo Bfitve hot and old-
drinks all winter long.
LINCOLN CANOY KITCHEN
8outhwest Corner 14th O Street
rTbe University of Chicago
IIAlir " addition to resident
H 1 1 In I work, offer also irutruc
1ft V il fti tioa by correspondence.
I CTITFlV For detailed In.
I lj UJLI 1 formation address
lndY..r U.ofCdHr. lUUkanUL IW l"H
Call Tel. B-2-3il-l
Cleaners Pressors Dyers
333 N. 12th St.
Try tlie Y. M. 0. A. Lumok
Room, Oafeteri;, Plan
Ofty Y. M. 0. A. 13tk A P
MEIER DRUG CO.
18 and O Itrots
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All departments wishing to be rep.
resented in the Interdepartment Base
ball League are requested to have
their representative confer with Coach
Stlehtn at once.
Senior Hop at Capital Beach, May
IS. UpenTng "dance oTTEo season at
the Bench. Proceeds to bo applied
to the purchase of a class gift. Tickets
may be obtained from the following
porsons: G. -V. TunkB, chairman;
Fred Trumbull, master of ceremonies;
Bob Flory, Ralph Wagner, Geralulno
Grey, and Elizabeth Hyde.
The Pan-Hellenic dance will bo held
May 15th at the Auditorium.
11 moil dutiirlng to fllu fib ciuull-
dates-for the election of student mem
bers of tho University Athletic Board
must do so by 12 o'clock, May 4th, at
my office. DR. R. G. CLAPP,
Secretary Athletic Board.
Engineering Inspection Trip.
Excuses from Classes To Insuro
that excuses will be granted for ab
sence from classes on account of the
Inspection trip (May 1 and 2), stu
dents must conform to the following
1. Registor In the office of the dean
(M. 204) not later than noon of Thurs
day, April 30.
2. Be present at the various roll
calls during the trip.
3. Apply to Dean Engberg for ex
cuse, not earlier than noon of Mon
day, May 4. O. V. P. STOUT.
The Cornhusker nns two $25.00 due
bills for sale on two of Lincoln's lead
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"THE QUEEN OF THE DANCE"
- BESSIE CLAYTON
in a Series of Dances of Her Own Creation,
iVIary Ellison, Mr, Ne9 Norton, Miss Ado Ay res and -a Company of Care-
fully Selected European Dancers
' AT THE ORPHEUM TODAY MATINEE AND NIGHT .
ing tailors for $20.00 each. Here's a
chanco to make $5.00 on a good suit
of clothos. Apply at CornhUBkor
office of business manager.
Studont Council convention moetd
Tuosday, May 5, 11:00 a.-m., Law 202.
SAM S. GRIFFIN, Chairman.
Tho sominnr of agricultural teachers-will
meet In U Hall -102? Mondayv
May 4, at 8 p. m. Huldah Potoraon
will dlBCuss "Boys' and Girls' ClubB."
Everyone Interested" Is urged to bo
Tho following program will bo given
at tho mooting of the Tegner Socloty
next Saturday evening at 8:15 intho.
Y. w. C. A. room, Temple: "
Vocal sojo Ethel Bongtson
Reading Axel SwenBon
Violin solo Frank Carlson
Vocal solo Miss Bramioil
Phi Beta Kappa.
The Phi Beta Kappa initiation and
banquet will bo held nt the Linco'n
Hotel, Friday, May 8lh, at 6 p. m.
Tho freshman Arts nnd Science stu
dents Interested In busoball aro to
meet in U. 103 Tuesday night at 7 p. m.
Ivy Day Tickets.
Ivy Day tickets may be purchased
today and Monday from 8 to 5 In tho
Library, U. Hall and on the campus.
All who wJah lunches must not pur
chase later than Monday evening. No
one will be admitted to the park with
out a ticket.
A number of the girls from the Y.
W. C. A. will sell candy on the campus
Tuesday and Wednesday, May 5 and C.
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Did you ever sec a Union Suit that
crotch auda closed back? Well,
pat. JAw -
OLUS Union Suits open all the way down have no Japs, no bunching
and only one thickness of material anywhere no ODenini- in back, fit perfectly
from shoulder to crotch all fabrics,
isn't coat-cut, it isn't ULU8.
Price from $1.00 to $3.00. Atlyour dealer." Important Booklet on request
OLUS one-piece PAJAMAS for lounging, resting and comfortable deep. Made on the
same principle as OLUS Union Suits. No strings to tighten or come loose. $1.50 to $8.60.
To DealtrsYoui Wholesale Distributor Carries OLUS.
THE GIRARD COMPANY D.pt. N 348 Dro.dwr. New Vork
For Sale at
Office equipment & supplyco;
117 SOUTH TWELFTH
The Artists Way, Take
AFIIIflAI1 To our
1 K If I III1 honest
Eighteen artists, mostly all imported from New York and
abroad because of their up-to-date methods and high stand
ing as teachers and artists, xso expense nas or will De spared
in securingTTftisrs of thyhiglTOpTgfic1'eTlcy:
can give you a full year's accomplishment in, one term of ten
weeks when measured by other school's methods.
LUIIOIO In a11 its anches is
M II A 1 1 1 tau8ht with, the every day
instructors. Send for Catalog.
NE1A TERM JUST STARTING
LINCOLN MUSICAL COLLEGE
V OLIVER BUILDING.
was Coal Cut, with actual closed
here's pne, and the only one
Rememberl If It
MAGEB & DKEMER
a Lesson Every Daly. .
students is our highest aim
and fair business dealings with"
"Send -fo boolcleT
which will fully con
vince you that we
Our name is not borrowed from anyotner
institution. "We get all our prestige by our
high standards, good service and artist
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